Industry not convinced by DWP charge threshold proposals

Concerns the DWP’s proposals are more symbolic than genuine

Holly Roach
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The consultation closes today

The consultation closes today

The Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) proposals on how to implement the charge threshold and eventually progress to a universal charging structure have garnered critical responses.

The consultation - which closes today (16 July) - proposes introducing a de minimis fund of £100 below which any flat-fee element of member-borne charges must be removed for all active and deferred affected...

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